Faculty of Economics
University of Kragujevac
Dr. Gordana Milovanovic was born on December 30, 1958. in Kragujevac. Elementary school and the First Kragujevac Gymnasium finished with great success, as the holder of the diploma Vuk Karadzic. She graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Kragujevac in 1978 and graduated on July 13, 1981 with an average grade of 9.31 and a grade of 10 at the thesis. Postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, Department of International Economics, enrolled in the school year 1981/19 1982. All exams envisaged by the curriculum were passed by 1983 with an average grade of 9.88. The magisterial thesis entitled " Characteristic changes in the cyclical movement of the world economy in the post-war period " was defended on June 30, 1987 at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade. Doctoral dissertation entitled "On February 2, 1995, the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade defended the perspectives of the exchange of goods of the former SEE Member State . He has been working at the Faculty of Economics in Kragujevac since 1983, as an assistant in International Economic Relations, Economics of Foreign Trade, Organization and Business in Foreign Trade. In 1995 she was elected assistant professor for "Organization and business in foreign trade". From the school year 1999/2000, she also taught in the course "Management in foreign trade". The title of Associate Professor for subjects "Management in Foreign Trade" and "Organization and business in foreign trade" was selected in 2002. For the purpose of scientific-professional training, she attended the London School of Economic and Political Sciences (LSE) in 1989 and in the Institute for International Economic and Political Research in Moscow, 1991/92, as a scholar of the Soviet and Russian Government. She participated in drafting projects in the field of fundamental research funded by the Government of Serbia. Since 1995 he has been an associate member of the Scientific Society of Economists. He is a member of the "Andrejević Endowment" in Belgrade.
The basics of international trade, Globalization and transition, Management in foreign trade